Casa Montani

Piazzale Flaminio 9, Rome, 00196, Italy
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Drive from Rome to Zurich?

by pigott

How is the road condition for driving from Rome, Italy to Zurich, Switzerland?
Is it safe to drive in March?
Any suggestions about stopover cities?

Appreciate your help!!


Re: Drive from Rome to Zurich?

by cgf

it's all motorway that means good condition, in Italy speed limit is 130 km/h (110 km/h when raining), In Swiss you'd better go slow as police could have an ordinary car and you will not they are policemen till they will stop you.
Plus in Italy some working engeneering you'll never miss it...
it will take long time

Re: Drive from Rome to Zurich?

by cgf

just checked, mappy says it 873Km almost 9 hours.. it could be doable, for sure during the [saturday] night, little bit harder during the day as you can't do always 130 km/h as there is traffic, with works the speed is slower and if it's fog the speed limit is 50 km/h.

Re: Drive from Rome to Zurich?

by Bangorian

That is a very long drive to do for just one driver all on motorway and will make even the best of drivers tired by the half way. The obvious route is the A1 autostrada/motorway all the way to Milan and then change to the A9 north into Switzerland. You could stop somewhere round about Bologna/Modena/Parma overnight.

Travel Tips for Rome

Hundreds of fountains

by Packerman

Rome has hundreds of fountains and they aren't just a place to get a cool drink. So much variety and creativity went into these fountains, it's amazing to see them. Don't take them for granted. Take pictures of all them, it would be a good collection, I wish I would have done that.

Visit the Trastevere area - it...

by SydneyGal

Visit the Trastevere area - it really comes alive by night. Go to a restaurant for dinner, then take in the night markets which are exciting and fantastic. It is very interesting and you feel like you could be a local in Rome rather than another tourist.

Metropolitana di Roma

by avanutria

From our hotel we took a bus to a subway station and then took the subway train to the centre of Rome. I've no idea how my brother worked out what tickets and routes we needed, but he's good at that sort of thing.

The second photo is trying to show an odd warning posted on the doors. I thought it was indicating you could get crushed in the doors, but the arrows were pointing away from the person. We decided it meant people leaning against the doors could fall out when they open. It seemed a bit obvious and funny, but we were still jet-lagged from arrival!

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by DAO about La Villetta Dal 1940

I really wanted this place to have good food. It looked fantastic. Brightly lit, elaborately decorated and fantastic dishes on the tables. And then we made a mistake. We stayed and had a lacklustre meal. The waiters and staff disappear just after you order and never come back even when you ask. They were more interested talking to friends who stopped by and watching the football on TV. They just forgot they had customers. Do not eat here. They only want the local customers – not you.

Bad food, bad service, bad experience. Do not eat here!


by sunnysmile

I would advice a guide to talk you through the colseum as just looking there really is'nt that much to see, where as the history is quite facinating.we paid 18 euros each but that included to take a photo with a gladiator which normaly costs 10 euros


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Address: Piazzale Flaminio 9, Rome, 00196, Italy